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AMG Weekend Picks: 500 Songs for Kids, Mike Herrera, Peter Bjorn and John and More!

Happy Almost-Weekend y’all! We hope you are all alright after those scary storms last night. Looks like the majority of us were unaffected, but we encourage you to donate or help how they can when it comes to our neighbors, whether they be in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina or anywhere. Give what you can folks! […]

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How to Ring in 2011 in Atlanta

We’ve put together a handy little list of how to rock ‘n’ roll into the New Year in our hometown. And we’ve even got a little video from The EARL to get you in the celebratory mood. Noot d’Noot with Gentleman Jesse and his Men at The EARL Gringo Star joins eclectic funky bunch Noot […]

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CD Review: Sorry No Ferrari — Ternary; Playing The Drunken Unicorn, October 23

Sorry No Ferrari Ternary Stickfigure Recordings By Eric Chavez In case you create a band that uses absolutely no lyrics or vocals, period, in your records, there is only one thing to do: create an instrumental album to rock the senses. That is just what Sorry No Ferrari does on their debut full-length LP Ternary. […]

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Q&A with The Lonely Forest; Playing The Drunken Unicorn with Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s, October 9

By Alec Wooden It’s one thing for a band to get picked up by a label.  It’s quite another, however, to be that label’s first band. The Lonely Forest, an indie-rock quartet from Anacortes, Wash., has that distinct honor when picked up by Trans, the new imprint label headed by Death Cab For Cutie guitarist […]

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